Ride sharing service Uber is planning a fancy new headquarters to go with its recent stratospheric $50 billion valuation.
Futuristic buildings will be connected by glass walkways, according to designs recently released by the company.
The new headquarters, located in San Francisco’s Mission Bay, is expected to open by late 2017 or early 2018, according to Quartz. It will be comprised of a six-story building at 1515 Third St. as well as an 11-story building at 1455 Third St.
The buildings were designed by Shop Architects PC, a New York City firm. The structures measure approximately 423,000 square feet, which the San Francisco Chronicle reported last year will triple Uber’s footprint in the city.
Business software giant Salesforce previously occupied the space.
It will be the eighth move for Uber, according to the Chronicle.
Here are a couple more images of the designs:
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